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  • Hero Status: An interview with Jenette Kahn

    In this interview with Jenette Kahn, the former DC Editor-in-Chief discusses how she selected 18 stories for Folio’s DC Comics: The Golden Age, and offers rare insight into what made the stories of that time so powerful.

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  • Five Bloody yet Beautiful McCarthy Moments

    Folio Fiction Editor Sinéad O’Callaghan reflects on her relationship with Cormac McCarthy’s writing and the incredible way he finds beauty in bleakness. Here, Sinéad collects the often bloody, but always beautiful, moments in McCarthy’s work that remain ‘burned into our brains forever’.

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  • Illustrating Shakespeare

    Neil Packer illustrated Shakespeare’s The Complete Plays for the new Folio limited edition, published to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the First Folio. In this fascinating blog, Packer selects three of his favourite illustrations and reveals how he transformed his ideas to the page.

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  • Illustrating The Innocents Abroad

    Award-winning illustrator James Albon captured the eccentricities of Mark Twain’s The Innocents Abroad with a series of stylish colour and black-and-white lino-cuts. Here, Albon shares his artistic process and how he approached this exciting project.

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  • Top 10 Summer Reads for 2023

    Like bread and butter, rhythm and blues, and shoes and socks, summer and books are perfect partners. So, if you’re looking for easy holiday reads … look no further. Here’s a selection of Folio fiction and non-fiction favourites that will take you on literary journeys while you bask in the sun. And, if you haven’t taken a Folio book to the beach before, don’t worry. Keep it tucked in your bag while you’re not reading and take it out to enjoy the ultimate holiday reading experience. From road trips and boat trips to dragons and demon barbers, there’s a summer read for everyone.

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